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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JUNE 16, 1912.
AFFAIRS ATS00TH OMAHA
iln. Joe Watanabe Takes Acid in
y Husband's Presence.
ftUARHELED WITH HER SISTER
I oan Woman of Pella. Xa. Married
j to ft Japanese, Become Entranced
j. from Family and Enda
! . Her Life.
! Estranged from her people at Pella,
ta., becnute of her marriage to a Jaa
he. Mm. Joe Watanabe, 25 year of
age, wallowed alx ouncei of carbollo
add last night at 6:S0 o'clock In the res
taurant of her huabah- at 231 N street.
The cause of the suicide was anlgned to
a quarrel with her younger slater, Mar
garet Vlwer. 8be, rendered temporarily
Insane by the tragic death of her slater,
waa forcibly restrained by Chief of, De
tectives James Sheahan from plunging a
butcher knife Into her heart.
At the time of her death Joe Watanabe,
the husband of the woman,1 waa In the
room and their baby played a few stepa
away, while Margaret Visser, the younger
later, waited upon the patrons of the
City Physician E. J. Bhanahan, who to
gether with Drs. A. M. Koenlff and E. J.
Hump! attended the woman, said that
lira. Watanabe had taken enough of the
deadly add to have killed ten .persons.
The body was turned over to . Deputy
Coroner Bernard Larkin, who also noti
fied the woman's relatives at Pella, la.
At the police station Margaret Visser
pleaded with the police to be allowed to
return to watch beside the body of her
sister. Because , of her two previous at
tempts to kill herself Chief of Detectives
James Sheahan ordered' that she be held
until some reliable person could' assume
charge of her for a day. or two. '
Children to Take Part.
- That the children of the city will have
a prominent part in tha Fourth of July
festivities was made certain yesterday
when a number of the school teachers
of the city met with 8. 8. Ooldstrom in
the city hall to arrange for the part of
the program to be filled by the youth of
. For the especial benefit of the less
prosperous children of the city tha com
mittee has devised a plan that will make
the heart of every child jump with Joy,
It la tha intention of the Fourth of July
booster! to give each child something
tweet to eat and eomethtng capable of
making noise proper to the occasion. ,
- At tha meeting of the Booster olub
last night there wa not a -large at
tendance, owing to the dinner given by
the Twenty-three club in honor of the
approaching marriage of Frank Coad, a
member of the organisation.
"Brporta of the committee Indicate that
the collections for the celebration of the
Fourth are more than encouraging.
TwentyThrea Club Loses Coad.
In silent grief last night at the Atlas
cafe the full membership of the Twenty
three club met to celebrate the passing
of Frank Coad from the ranks of the
bachelore to the more staid and dlgnlflel
, state of benedicts. ' I
'Mr. Coad will be married In a few
days and his quondam friends and
cronies invoked the anolent rule of their
organisation which makes it Inoumbent
on the membership of the club to meet
for the proper celebration of a comrade'
defection from the society of reckless,
good-natured, Jolly bachelors to the more
staid and quiet realms of the hearth
stone with its attendant pomforts of Mur.
ris chair and carpet slippers. - .
"For the occasion the long tables were
decorated with crepe and floral, doslgiu
indicative of the grief of Coad'a twenty
two compeers.. Large, artistic rod-painted
carda attached to Coad's automobile an
nounced to the world that he was about
to forsake the sacred freedom of th.
Twenty-three club for the quiet haven
ofv connubial bliss. Twenty other carda
carried notices equally tender and deli
cate. The whole procession lined up at
Twnty-fourth and N streets, where tho
members of the club entered into secret
At a late hour last night word from
the club waa that It had aettled the Tail
Roosevelt dispute, appointed the national
committee to arbitrate the Turko-Itallan
war, selected Dr. Cox and George orlbble
as delegates to the International Moth
ers' congress, allowed six tax collectors
to the off loo of City Treasurer John' Oil-
II n, 'appropriated several thousands of
city money for the payment of ica In
spectors and lightning, rod investigators
and signed the fateful twenty-three to
the bachelor days of Frank Coad.
" Church Services,
Brown Park Baptist mission, Twentieth
and B. streets. Bible school meets at
a. m. - ... .'.
' Hillsdale Baptist Bible school, 'Forty
third and 1 streets, meets at 1:80 p. m.
Rev. C. T. Holey will preach Friday even
fng at t o'clock.
Lefler Memorial church. Fifteenth and
Madison streets! Rev. T.. A. Bagshaw,
pastor,-. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Chil
drcn'tf day Rroaram and reception serv
ices at 11 a. m. Epworth league at T p. m.
ktelee Helen Schmidt will lead.
Rev. C. J. Haspie of Dee Molnea will
breach both mornlnr and evening at the
First Christian church. Twenty-third and
I streets. Rev. and Mre. Hasple have had
charge of the work In the Christian church
in' New Zealand and have traveled ex
tensively in different countries.
First Baptist church. Twenty-fifth and
Ji etiect. Rev. C, T. Ilsley. pastor. Bible
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school meets at 9:45 a. m. At the morn
ing service at 11 o'clock the pastor will
preach the first of a series of sermons on
Peter. Young people's meeting at 7 p. m.
At p. m. the pastor will speak on "The
Supreme Business of the Church."
First Methodist church. Twenty-fourth
and M streets. Rev. J. M. Botnwell, pas
tor. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. sharp.
J. D Ringer, superintendent. Preaching
at 11 a. m. by paator. Epworth league at
7 p. m. Miss Hager of Omaha will lead
the services. The subject of the lesson
Is, "The Openness of Strength."
United Presbyterian church. Twenty
third and L streets. Rev. W. A. Pollock,
paator. Bible school at 9:45 a. m. Public
worship at 11 a. m., when the paator will
use for his subject, "Burden Bearing."
Young People's Christian union at 7 p. m.,
with Hugh McCullouch as leader. Subject,
"The Duty of Being Pleasant." The paa
tor will use for his subject at the evening
hour of worship, "Moses." :
The social monthly- meeting of the
Men's club of St. Martin's will be held at
the residence of Thomas O. Laur, 827
North Twenty-third atreet, on Tuesday,
June 18, at 8 o'clock. i The women of the
pariah will be .present as guests of the
club. This will be the last opportunity
for the members and friends to meet
with the rector and Mrs. White, who
leave the following day for the east.
Magfe City Gossip.
Roy Greer is visiting with his parents
at Seaton, 111.
P. J. Martin proposes a trip to the
sand hills within a few days. -
H. C. Murphy will leave Sunday for
Chicago, where he will attend the re
John Collins and Grandmother Mrs.
Peck, are visiting with relatives in the
western part of the state.
Harold Johnson left the first of the
week for . Madrid, where he will visit
with relatives for two months..
The Mayflower Hive No. 39. Ladies of
the Macabees, will give a card party
at their hall, Forty-first and Q streets,
Wednesday evening, June 19. .
Charles Lefler left last night for Falls
City, where he will assume charge of
the construction of the big sewer lately
awarded- to the contracting firm of
The Chicago club have planned a big
ptcnlo for Sunday. June 1. at Hillside
fark, Ralston. A good athletic program
naa oeen arranged lor. An invitation
la extended to . the public. .
The funeral of J. G. Anderson, awi
42 years, who died at his home, 7&0 North
Twenty-third street, Thursday afternoop,
will be held at the residence this after
noon at 1 o'clock. Rev. Dr. Elmer offici
ating. Mr. Anderson is survived by wife
and three children. Hia remaina will be
removed to Malmo, Neb., for burial.
Drunken Orgy Ends
in Fatal Shooting
Because he believed that F.lHnh Trow.
der, colored, was trying to escape when
hia turn to buy the drinks came around.
Harvey Tyler, alia Posten, also cole-red,
shot mm twice, causing fata) wounds.
Tyler then made his escape, but at 11:15
o'clock Detectives Van Dusen, Ring, Sul
livan - and Murphy arrested him at
Twenty-ninth and Farnam . streets. To
the officers he said his name was Harvey
Posten and that at, the time of the
shooting he was outside of the house
where it occurred. Witnesses who were
present positively identified him, " how
ever, .and he Is being held nendlna- the
outcome of Crowder's hurts.
According to some of the witnesses the
revolver used by Tyler was given him by
bis brother, Joe Tyler, who was also ori
ent when the affair occurred.
Crowder waa shot once In tha left aid
Of the abdomen, tha bullet takinr an In.
ward course and lodging near the spine.
The other bullet took effect in his left
arm. He was taken to St. Joseph's hos
pital, where It is given out that he can
The police say that several years a an
Joe Tyler , shot his father three times
with a revolver, and; that a few minutes
later the old man Droaured carhniin qm
and drank It, preferring death by hia own
hand rather than to wait for the bul
lets of an ungrateful son to take effect.
In some manner Tyler escaped punish-
mrnt at the time. 1 f ; ,, ,
City Jail Janitor,.
'Ex-Slave, is No More
John E. Taylor. Janitor at the nolin.
station during the last five years, died
yesterday afternoon at 1304 Dodge street.
He had been: Bck n bed but two dav
The only aurvlvlng relative Is a sister
In Atchison, Kan. '
Taylor was an ex-slave. In antebellum
days having been owned by Congressman
Burns' parents of 8t Joseph. Mo. Ho
also served In the civil war.
Tears ago ha waa on the Atchison no.
lice department. Shortly before leaving
the service he shot and killed a white
criminal wlille trying to make an arrest.
About a year ago he waa given charge
of several prisoners who were cleaning
up the jail. One of them confided to
him that his brother had been killed by
a colored, policeman in Atchison. He
said if he ever found, the "nigger" he was
gplng to murder him- Taylor, killed the
man's brother. He lived In agony until
the man was released from, jail and had
left the towm s i
Taylor waa one of .the most faithful
friends of Mayor Dahlman that i ever
came.tq the notice of . the city'a dhief
executive. When M,r. Dahlman was mayor
or inaaron, ne Became acquainted with
the old negro, and a peculiar friendship
sprung up. The mayor waa the first per
son notified when it became known that
Taylor had died:
Old Man is Robbed
By Strong-Arm Man
Julius ZIebarth,69 years old. living at
2020 Spring street, was strong-armed and
robbed of $34 at Thirteenth and Marcy
streets yesterday afternoon at i o'clock
by a colored man. Zlebarth was walking
under the bridge, when he was grabbed
by the thief, who held hlra while he wont
through his pockets. ,
BOARDER IS GONE; LANDLADY
FEARS FOUL PLAY OR SUICIDE
i When George . Wenner. , recently dis
charged from the American Smelting
and Refining company'a employ, failed
to show up at the supper table last
Wednesday, Mra E. Freds, who operates
a boarding 'establishment at 823 South
Twenty-second street, took no notice,
but when his absence continued until last
night she notified the police, fearing
foul play or that be has made away with
himself. She told Captain Dunn that
when Wanner lost bis job he made
threats of suicide, and she fears that he
will make good oa them. ,
HUSSIE RE-ELECTED HEAD
NATIONAL METAL WORKERS
ST. LOUIS. Mo., June 15. -(Special -el-
egram.) John H. Husale of Omaha, presi
dent of tqe John Husslo Hardware com
pany, was . re-elected president of th
National Sheet Metal Workers at their
eanvention here today. .- -J.
- Key to the Situation Bee Advertising
Starts Monday, June 17tli, 1912
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Colonel Banister Believes Patriots
; Should Prepare for War. v-j
ELKS' FLAG DAY'. A , SUCCESS I
Grnt Crowd Attends Services at the
Orphenm Theater, Where Old
Glorr ia . Honored by
. tong and Speech. .
Colonel John M. Banister, U. S.A., re
tired, speaker at the Elks' Flag- day cel
ebration at the Orpheum last night, de
clared the patrlotlo American, man cr
woman should have no patience with the
"fanatics who are advocating- universal
peace." And our women, he said, "shouM
consider it their highest prerogative.
their noblest duty, : to ' Instill Into the
minds of their sons from the cradle up
to 'manhood love and veneration for bur
f lag- and should look with scorn upon
those fanatical and misguided members
of their sex who believe In unlverssl
peace. They should emulate the ' lofty
patriotism of the mothers of ancient
Sparta, who sent their sons forth to war
to bring back shield that had been
victorious or else, be brought back upon
Services a Success.
The Elks' services were a brilliant suc
cess from the opening number by their
orchestra to the closing march, 'The
Jolly Elk." - The theater waa draped
from the footlights . to the gallery in
Old Glory. Flowers decorated the stage,
In front of a camp scene where was gath
ered Company Q of the National guards,
under command of Captain E. K.
Patriotic songs were sung, ,the audi
ence Joining In with ardor when the or
chestra struck up the "Battle Hymn of
the Republic," "The Star Spangled Ban
ner" -and "America." The Elka' quartet
led. Mtes Edith' Foley, sang "Just Be
fore the Battle". 'Mother.' George; W.
Long ' sang, the VSong of aSThousaU
Years." "The Red, White and Blue" a
sung.' by Miaa Bertha Henderson ' Mrs.
Ernest "A. Reese played on the violin-
medley of American alrs and was encored-
by the enthusiastic audience. '-,
Exalted Ruler Robert W. Patrick pro
nounced the Introductory. ''Rev, , L." y(,
Heaton, chaplain of the Elks.-said the
prayer.- Thomas Lyncn gave tne-recora
of the flag. Herbert S. Daniel read tho
Elks' tribute to the.fjag. Building the
bell on the altar was conducted by Ray
mond Q. Young jmd chair, officers. A
great wreath of red roses, another of
lilies and a third of violets, surmounted
with a bar in which the thirteen stars
were woven, composed the "lioerty bell.'
Theater ta Crowded.
The Orpheum was crowded to tts full
papacity. ; Quests- of the Elks were:
Brigadier General Frederick A. Smith,
commanding the Department of the Mis
souri, and his staff; Colonel W. C. But
ler, commanding Kort Crook, and officers
of the post; George A. Custer post Wo.
7, U. S. Grant post No. 110, Gebrge Crook
post No. 262. Grand Army of tha Repub
lic; Nebraska commandery, Military Or
der of the Loyal Legion; Camp Lee Forby
No. 1, Spanish War Veterans; Companv
O. Second Infantry, Nebraska National
guard, and officers and men of the Ne
braska National guard.
LAD THINKS MONEY GROWS
ON TREES HEREiWANTS SOME
Leonard Olscanowskl. the 15-year-old
lad who came here from Buffalo, N. Y..
two days ago, beacuse- he heard that
''money grew on trees" In Omaha, was
sent back home yesterday by " the local
authorities, a ticket having been sent
here by his father. At Neola, la., how
ever; the boy leff the train and has not
been seee since. The local police were
notified and Sheriff McCaffery of Pot
tawattamte county Is seeking him.
According to Matron Gibbons, who had
charge of the boy while he waa detained
here, yesterday , afternoon he wrote on
the wash room, "Leonard Olzanowskt of
Buffalo, N. Y.. was poisoned here on
June 1J. 1911" The police" think that h
is slightly demented.
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JEWELE R S F O R E V ERYBO D
1520 - Douglas Street -1520
Wife Aids Asquith,
Attacked in Public
By a Suffragette
LONDON, June 16.-While Premier As
quith was holding an orriclal reception
In the India office tonlgnt ln honor of
the king's birthday, an elegantly attired
suffragette, who had been announced as
a guest approached and tried to tear the
epaulettes off the premier's official coat
Mrs. Asquith tried to rescue her husband
from the ' unwelcome attentions of the
woman and then an usher literally
dragged the suffragist away from, the
premier and ejected her from the building.
i Mr. Asquith, . Mrs. Asquith and Mlsa
Asquith were receiving the guests at the
foot of the stairway when the suffragette
who was about 30 years of age advanved
and waa'duly announced. . The premier
extended his hand. Instead of shaking
It and . proceeding, the woman stoooped
as if to speak to Mr. Asquith. and then
placed both her hands , on the premier's
shoulders fcnd began tugging violently at
the epaulettes. The premier shook her
off, but the woman persisted In her at
Meanwhile Mrs. Asquith came to her
husband's aid and the usher .seized the
woman by the wrist and dragged her
away. She stubbornly resisted,: however,
until ahe was ejected from the building.
A couple of minutes later a pale faced
youth of about 30 years was Introduced
to the premier, and took hold of Mr. As
qulth'a arms roughly and shouted some
thing that was inaudible. He also was
unceremoniously thrown out of the room.
According to some reports Of the oc
currence the woman, whose name was not
made public, beat Premier Asquith over
the head with her fan. '.
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Oregon Trail in Omaha.
PROMINENT CITIZENS TALK
Address Is Made by Mrs. J. J. Stnbbs
of Daughters of American
Revolntlon, and Mayor
Nebraska chapter, Daughters of the
American Revolution, yesterday unveiled
an immense granite boulder at the cor
ner of Lincoln boulevard and Thlrty
flrst street to mark the old Oregon and
California trails, which were etched along
the course of the Missouri river In the
farly '40s. Mrs. J. J. Stubbs, presiding,
welcomed the mark as an effort to more
clearly show the future generations the
first encroachments of civilization into
a new world, concluding with presenting
it as a gift to the city of Omaha.
Mayor Dahlman thanked the society
for the gift and predicted the day when
Omaha would be one of the nation's
largest and greatest cities, at which
time, he said,1 such markers as the gran
ite boulder' could show with what honor
the people of our day hold the pioneer.
John L. Webster, president of the Ne
braska State' Historical society, and Mrs.
Charles O. Norton, state regent of the
Daughters "of the American Revolution,
made addresses commemorating the" oc
casion. Mr.' Webster said in the course
of his remarks that monument such as
was unveiled should be .erected not only
to mark the Oregon , trail; but to also
bespeak to the future centuries the year
of . the Tirst continental- railroad which
pioneered its way across the prairies to
the Pacific from. Omaha. "But, most of
all, let future generations know how
Omaha, came by its name by erectinsr a
suitable shaft to the. Omaha Indians to
Blackbird, who .stands -out : -the valiant
and brave chief of the Omahas. who but
little more- than -a '. century ago ruled
over a domain . which extended over
parts of, Iowa and Nebraska." ' Vi
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U the Leading Agricultural Journal of the west Its columns axe filled
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ranch and the orchard, and It is a factor in the development of the great
western oouniry. . ' .
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IT always amuses me when . I
am asked to give my ideas as
. to how beauty of any sort can
be retained by or imparted to me
or any other woman. -
Everybody expects some won
derful secret formula, and. the
whole thing is so simple after all.
- Just breathe deeply of good,
fresh, pure air, eat simple food
and only a small quantity, and
exercise early and often in the
Above all things, keep clean,
and by doing so your eyes will be
brighter, your -skin whiter . and
your color high.
No small part of the beauty
and cleanliness of my skin is due
to the fact that I use the Mela
rose preparations ln all my toilet
rites. - ..,-.
The Melorose Cream' is a par
Beauty Cream . .
Face Powder . . .
Rouge, 50c Size .
Nail Polish 25c
are the merits of the
toilet preparations. We are
Sylva Face Powder,
Bylva Face Powder, $1.00 size,
Syrra. Cleaning- cud
Masraxe Oreaxz. 2
In 1. He. size ....
Rocsc. Jc sisa .
Sylva Nail Polish ..85o